Maintains all needed abilities to keep your body alive.
Helps connect the brain to to a large part of the nervous system.
Helps transmit information or nerve impulses to and from the brain.
The Three Main Parts of the Brain
The Cerebrum is in charge of problem solving, remembering, feeling, thinking, and movement. This part is the biggest part of the brain.
The Cerebellum is in charge of balance and coordination. This part sits below the Cerebrum at the back of the brain.
The Brain Stem connects the brain and spinal cord. It is in charge of breathing, digestion, heart rate, and blood pressure. It sits below the other two parts.
Diseases and Injuries
Caused by head trauma. Forms a collection of blood on the outside of the brain. Symptoms are but not limited to: headache, confusion, change in behavior, dizziness, nausea, excessive drowsiness, weakness, apathy (lack of interest or concern), and seizures.
When the brains impulses are not affecting a muscle function. This leads to you not being able to use that part of your body. Can be caused by spinal cord injury or strokes. There is no cure for permanent paralysis.